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    Default Autocad dwg to pdf by script with batch file help....

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    I need a script that will convert multiple DWG files to ONE single PDF file,I found one that does convert the dgw file but to single pdfs , im also having some issues with DWG files that are "read only" wont convert them but all my files i need to convert to pdf are READ ONLY.

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    Options:
    1. You need to use the publication, team _publish
    2. Open the drawing and start the normal printing. Select the print area, print settings, specify the printer and print.
    Or do you have many frames in one model?

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    You can use a program called ghostscript it can join multiple pdf's into 1 pdf, we do this where we plot all layouts to an individual pdf and then lastly also save as one.

    You will need to down load ghostscript seperately.
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